London's Burning

Season 13 Episode 6

Series 13 Episode 6

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Aired Sunday 9:00 PM Feb 25, 2001 on ITV
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Series 13 Episode 6
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Recall cannot bear to tell the relief he has lost their money in his failed share scheme. The relief attend a shout and have to dig up the owners kitchen. Pearce risks his life to save a schoolboy. Fiona is struggling to cope at home with Baby Eve. Coleman tells Alison his dark secret and Melissa, Sean and Sally go out for the evening.moreless

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    Karen Ascoe

    Karen Ascoe

    Mrs Tompkins

    Guest Star

    Peter Geddis

    Peter Geddis

    Ralph

    Guest Star

    Mark McKenna

    Mark McKenna

    Mr Warren

    Guest Star

    Shirley Greenwood

    Shirley Greenwood

    Maggie

    Recurring Role

    Helen Anderson

    Helen Anderson

    Fiona

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    Sharon Duce

    Sharon Duce

    Elaine Reeve

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        "Ben Onwukwe, who plays Recall, took his research a little too seriously when he found out about his storyline this episode. Says Ben:

        "In this series, Recall decides to invest in the money markets. He sports a very nice little laptop, and he starts shifting cash here and there and before long is making a tidy little profit. Needless to say, the rest of the Watch soon gets involved.

        "Unfortunately, nothing like that happened to me when I decided to research my storyline! I'm not a gambling man myself, but when I found out what Recall was up to this series, I thought I'd have a little dabble myself by way of research. I got involved with some shares that are now sadly creeping lower and lower in the FTSE 100!"

        In his case, Ben got less than he bargained for:

        "I decided to put £1000 aside to play with. I started getting those magazines aimed at small time investors who want to get involved in stocks and shares. So after studying these magazines for a bit, I opted for something in the health market, thinking that I really couldn't go wrong. I bought shares at £8 each. But I picked up The Independent ten days later and they were already down to £7! I can't bring myself to tell any of the cast yet! I still haven't sold them and they're now worth only £600. But at the time, it looked like such a goer!"

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